Katherine Domina has been elected editor-in-chief of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society for the 2014-15 academic year.
The student-run journal, first published in 1985 as the Wisconsin Women's Law Journal, is one of the earliest in the nation devoted to the study of women and the law.
Domina, a second-year UW law student, will take over for Meredith Hudson, the current editor-in-chief.
Students elected to join Domina on the senior editorial board include:
- Courtney Hollander, senior note and comment editor
- Evan Nordgren, senior submissions editor
- Polly Shoemaker and Heidi Thole, senior managing articles editors
- Amelia Maxfield, symposium editor
- Hannah Wrobel, business editor
Submitted by Kelsey Gusho on April 24, 2014
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